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The generous gesture of the Chelsea coach to his housekeeper: he paid for the operation to his son and bought him a house in the Philippines

2021-09-17T17:01:18.777Z

German Thomas Tuchel was moved by the story of an employee when he learned that she was working overtime to pay her expenses.



09/17/2021 1:15 PM

  • Clarín.com

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Updated 09/17/2021 1:15 PM

Thomas Tuchel

, chosen by UEFA as the best manager of the year, was consecrated in 2021 by winning the Champions League and the European Super Cup with Chelsea.

However, at this time, the successful German coach is in the news by making public a story that he starred in Paris, when he was managing Paris Saint Germain.

His professional side was known about Tuchel, but what was unknown was his most human part, in which in

a disinterested act he helped his housekeeper

.

Nicolas Hortus, a journalist who follows in the footsteps of the Parisian team, made this exciting story known to the world, which went viral all over the world.

The journalist began his account via Twitter saying that the coach, upon settling in France, hired a Filipino housekeeper to help him in his new home.

The lady worked for a large part of the day with the Tuchel family, so in addition to the relationship between employer and employee,

a personal bond was developed

.

Installed quickly after they are arrived in France from a belle maison du 92, the Tuchel family embauche une femme de ménage d'origine philippine.

Jusque là rien d'exceptionnel will direct me to you.


Cette dame travaille enormément pour la famille allemande, ne compte pas ses heures.

- Nicolas💥Hortus (@NicolasHortus) September 15, 2021

One day like others, the coach's family learned why the woman needed to work so many overtime: it had to do with the possibility of paying for a heart operation that her son needed.

"Without even asking the slightest question, Thomas grabbed his pen

and wrote a check to cover all medical expenses

. A noble gesture that doesn't stop there," Hortus stated.

While the lady's son recovered, the housekeeper continued working with her usual determination, trying to add as many hours as possible.

It was there that in one of the dialogues that took place between the woman and the German, talking about their projects in life, another detail of the story appeared.

It was clear, the coach emphasized his professional desire to progress in football and achieve important achievements for his career.

Those of the woman, for their part, had to do with saving money to return to live in their native country and reunite with their entire family.

degaine are stylo and sign a check for couvrir l'ensemble des frais medicaux.

A noble geste who s'arrête pas là.


Alors that l'enfant de la dame récupère et peut envisager the suite de sa vie avec optimisme, Thomas felt sa place de plus en plus menacée sur le banc parisien.

- Nicolas💥Hortus (@NicolasHortus) September 15, 2021

According to Hortus' account, published by

The Sun

, that talk marked the destiny of both.

It is known: the coach left Paris and went to London to take charge of Chelsea, where months later he was filled with glory after beating Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, in the Champions League final played in Portugal, on May 29. .

What is now revealed is that her former housekeeper also left the French capital, along with her now healthy son and a significant sum of money, which allowed her to become a homeowner in her native Philippines.

It was

the last gift from the coach

, who not only does football good but also has great gestures with the people around him.

Thomas Tuchel celebrates the Champions League he won with Chelsea after beating Guardiola's City with great justice.

Photo: REUTERS / Susana Vera / File Photo.

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Source: clarin

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